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ASSA 2021

 If you want to see me at the upcoming virtual ASSA meeting, you can do so at this session:Sunday, January 3, 12:15 PM to 2:15 PM (EST)What Does Critical Thinking Mean in Economics, the Big and Little of It?Hosted By: American Economic Association & Committee on Economic EducationChair: Gail Hoyt, University of KentuckyWhat Does Critical Thinking...

Should the stimulus checks be raised from $600 to $2000?

Larry Summers makes a good case that, on this issue, Mitch McConnell is right, and Donald Trump, Nancy Pelosi, and Chuck Schumer are wrong.

A New Interview

 ...of me at the website Academic Influence.

On the Low Rate of Interest

Click here to read my column in this Sunday's New York Times.

What I've Been Watching

I just finished The Queen's Gambit, the Netflix miniseries about a young woman who is an orphan and chess prodigy. Great show. Highly recommended.

Trump rallies have killed 700 people

 ...says new research by Bernheim et al.

The airlines don't need a safety net

 ...says Roger Lowenstein.

Economics Teaching Conferences

Readers of this blog might be interested in the annual conference of NETA, the National Economics Teaching Association, sponsored by Cengage, the publisher of my principles text. This year, the conference is October 22-23, virtual, and free. I will be speaking at 11 am on the 23rd. You can get information about the event by clicking here.Also, a week...

Econofact Podcast

I was recently interviewed by Michael Klein for the Econofact podcast. You can listen to the podcast by clicking here.

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